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Jan 13, 2017 3:59pm PST
russia. he also promised a report of allegations of hacking by moscow within 90 days. nick bryant reports. nick: they are storylines that could easily come from a cold war spy thriller. plot twists involving sex allegations and potential blackmail that even the tv series "house of cards" might balk at. but this is reality, not a show. the first episode of trump the presidency airs in one week's time. at trump tower today, he was commending his nominees, many of whom have been fiercely critical this week of russia. president-elect trump: i want them all to be themselves. nick: before dawn came a gale force twitter storm. nick: footage has come to light of christopher steele, the former mi6 officer who produced the dossier, at an event in cambridge university. he is now in hiding, apparently fearing for his life. former colleagues defended his professionalism. >> what he has reported is something he believes. he recognizes this is raw intelligence and it needs validation and it needs further exploration. nick: on capitol hill today, lawmakers received a behind-closed-doors briefing on the u
between russia and the campaign in the u.s. and president-elect trump's prays of putin. and let's hope for the best. let's hope any further investigation will remove doubt that the russians were not successful in effecting policy in the united states as they affected policy in the united states. you heard me say long before these briefings, i wonder what the russians have on donald trump that they are so insistent on his election, a. and b, so protective of his information. we want our agencies of government to investigate that those connections are and hopefully that is in our favor. as you know, ranking member cummings have been calling for d.o.j. inspector general to have an investigation on senator clinton for some time. and with those instances, if hey -- if they begin inspecting, we might not know. but they have announced that the inspector general of the department of justice agreed that the review is necessary and know what the review and raising efforts. and again, i have serious concerns about the director of the f.b.i. said he wouldn't sign a consensus document because it wa
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 11:45pm GMT
intelligence again for releasing allegations linking him with russia. a woman dies in the us from an infection which resisted all available antibiotics. disease control experts call it a nightmare bacteria. and a baby girl who was stolen from a hospital in florida has been found alive 18 years later.
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
michael flynn did call russia, tonight they say they have a good explanation for this. here's jonathan karl. >> reporter: it was a so-called black swan exercise that brought incoming trump national security adviser michael flynn to the white house today. that's a doomsday drill designed to prepare the new team for any crisis that may hit. but flynn is already in the hot seat, facing new questions about his contacts with russia's ambassador to the u.s. it started with text messages on christmas day. according to the trump team, flynn sending holiday greetings. but four days later, as president obama was be retaliating against russia for its hack of the democratic party during the campaign, flynn gets a call. >> the call centered around the logistics of setting up a call with the president of russia and the president-elect after he was sworn in. and they exchanged logistical information on how to initiate and schedule that call. that was it, plain and simple. >> reporter: but the call happened less than an hour after the retaliation was announced. sanctions and 35 russian diplomats throw
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
, speaking publicly about the clinton investigation pre-election, even as he stayed mum about russia's attempts to help donald trump. but, scott, they've been reluctant to call on comey to step down for fear of who mr. trump might choose to replace him. >> pelley: and the white house said today the attempting to influence the election. nancy cordes for us on capitol hill. na, in ce, thank you. also today, the nation's second largest police force has been accused of bias and brutality. the u.s. justice department investigation is a step in reforming chicago's police, and dean reynolds is there. >> reporter: the justice department probe was launched in uproar of a black youth killing by a white chicago cop. he shot 17 times because he said the 17-year-old was a threat. it's the type of practice the report suggests going back decades that includes civil rights violations, racial bias and deficient training of officers, a practice the report said that, "unnecessarily endangers themselves and others and results in unnecessary and avoidable shootings." distrust within the very crime-ridden n
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 3:30pm PST
themselves and their lives on the line every single day. this takes place in russia on a fourth floor of a building. a guy was trapped inside of the building and was pressed up against the window sill. he's on the edge and there's a ladder the firefighters have put up to go up and get him. >> look at that. right. >> uh-oh. oh, man, that's tricky. he's trying to get out of there and he's high up -- and he slips over and falls and lands directly on a firefighter. >> oh, no. is he okay? >> that's the trouble here. these firefighters are trying to get up to him. i'm sure they didn't put that ladder up for him to climb down, but he was just in such a desperate situation he couldn't wait for them to get up to help him. >> poor guy. >> the man did sustain minor injuries. >> how was the firefighter that got landed on? >> no word on the condition of the firefighter. these firefighters in oakland are also putting themselves in harm's way. the fire is on the second floor extending to the third and fourth. you can see as the camera pans over, it's torched. >> he is going to be hosing down the buildi
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
inauguration. with fallout from election day still lingering. intelligence assessments, russia purposely meddled with the election and the review of the fbi director's actions during the campaign. james comey visiting capitol hill for a closed-door briefing today where a source inside the room says he was confronted angrily by the former dnc chair. >> the fbi director has no credibility. >> at the capitol, preparations for huge crowds friday. but not congressman lewis. skipping the inauguration. >> you cannot be at home with something that you feel that is wrong. >> also tonight, new questions about coincidental timing of a call between top trump aide mike flynn and russia's ambassador, the same day that new sanctions were announced against moscow. the transition team saying the call did not focus on sanctions and instead coordinated only a talk between donald trump and vladimir putin after the inauguration. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >>> house republicans during their senate colleagues, taking a major step toward repealing obamacare. they've pressed ahead without a plan to re place i
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 11:15pm GMT
fascism wherever he sees it, be it in assad's syria or putin's russia. laughter. a leader happy to promote political discussion and not seeking to silence internal debate by putting mps on hit lists. laughter. and thankfully, an end to the kind of irrational leadership cult that so disfigured our party in the past. yet his going will leave a big hole in the party at a time when many mps feel shaky about its future. hunt's constituency of stoke—on—trent central is due to be scrapped in the proposed boundary changes and as an opponent of corbyn, some doubted his chances of reselection. in 2015, labour won a narrow margin of little more than 5000 votes over ukip, making stoke—on—trent central fertile ground for ukip‘s challenge in the north. this was compounded last year when stoke—on—trent was branded "brexit capital of the uk", with nearly 70% of people voting 0ut in the referendum. 0ne resignation clearly doesn't spell the end of the party's chances in power. but this seat could be particularly problematic and a by—election beckons. in a not too distant past, labour
terror, has becomeso even more emboldened and disruptive player in the middle east. russia has reasserted itself aggressively, invading and occupying ukraine, threatening europe and doing nothing to aid in the destruction and defeat of isis. as china flexes its muscles and expands its military and economic reach, its activity in the south and east china seas and in cyberspace are now pushing new boundaries and creating real tension. north korea too has dangerously accelerated its nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities. we all rely on intelligence from around the globe to avoid strategic and tactical surprise. intelligence helps make thee other elements of national power effective, including economic and legal measures against weapons proliferaters, terroriss financiers and other criminals. foreign governments and liaison services are vital partners in preventing attacks and providing crucial intelligence. it's important that we all thank and appreciate the foreign partners who stand with us in helping make sure that we all have the intelligence we need ti keep america safe.
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
camp and russia. the transition team confirming that incoming national security adviser general michael flynn spoke with moscow's adviser to the u.s. just last month. their conversation happening the very same day as the obama administration was announcing sanctions for russia's election meddle. election officials say flynn and the ambassador discussed logistics for a post-inauguration phone call between trump and vladimir putin not those sanctions. president-elect is promising that his team will conduct its own report on russian hacking and complete that report within 90 days. trump showing more hostility towards the u.s. intelligence community in a new tweet blasting the leak of unsubstantiated claims that russia has compromising information about him. tonight a democratic lawmaker and civil rights icon suggesting that trump's election is not valid because of that russian interference. congressman john lewis revealing in an interview that he will not see trump as a legitimate president. we'll talk about trump, russia and more with the leading republican on the house foreign af
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
president of russia and the president-elect after he was sworn in and they exchanged information on how to initiate and schedule that call. that was it. >> this news coming hours ahead of a closed door. after president-elect attack swellings saying no proof under reports about activities in russia. >> good to be with you. >> should i be as a citizen disturbed, alarmed or wondering about the spat that the plevgt president-elect is having with the intelligence? >> i don't think so. people are used to getting beat about the head and shoulders when i was director in '94 we caught a serious spy, we had a lot of people including congressmen beating on the intelligence community saying you have so fire somebody. i explain the four people who mader errors are already retired. it didn't matter. supposed the people who caught aims. congress and a few press were really, angry with us. and after a while, it it died down. when we went back to doing intelligence reasonably well. >> we were talking about this on wednesday, today when i found out he was having a round with the intelligence i thought it
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
russian oil deals... he opposed us sanctions on russia... ...for war crimes forced to pay hundreds of millions for toxic pollution... ...putting profits ahead of our kid's health. tell your senators to reject rex tillerson. and protect american interests not corporate interests. jonathan: toby keith is going to be headline the welcome celebration on thursday at the lincoln memorial. it's free. maureen: there are signs that a protest one day after the inauguration could rival the inauguration in site. women's march on washington has a permit for 200,000 people to rally on capitol hill on saturday january 21. more women will come. they have 200 buses for the inauguration day. but for the day of the march 1200 buses permits. no matter how many show up they will have a gift ready for each of them. ryan hughes shows us the women making pink hats by the thousands. >> the boxes are spilling out on the grounds. they are filling up in reston that turned into a hat headquarters. trash bag cover the floor. they are filling them up. >> each bag will go to a distribution site. >> they are organ
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
flynn made to russia's ambassador the same day sanctions were announced. >> we really need to have one president at a time. one on the trump team was trying to undercut what president obama was doing. >> in a flurry of tweets the president-elect says he will have his own people author a full report on hacking within 90 days. mr. trump also renewed his vow that obamacare will be repealed. the house today moved one step closer to gutting the affordable care act. >> we have to step in before things get worse. this is nothing short of a rescue mission. >> reporter: congress will now start hearings to write new healthcare laws so the new president can sign them in the first 100 days. protesters are expected to flock to the inauguration. the secretary of home land security says that presidential precautions will be taken to make sure the swearing in ceremony will not be disturbed. >>> from the capitol to to look a lot like an inauguration. news4 shot this video of crews installing scaffolding and staging for all the events next week. also the public safety efforts under way to keep spectator
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
democracy now! >> i would consider the principal threat to start with russia, and it would certainly include any nations that are nationsto intimidate around the periphery, regional nations nearby them, whether it be with weapons of mass destruction or i would call it unusual, unorthodox means of intimidating them. amy: donald trump's pick for secretary of defense, retired general james "mad dog" mattis , testified at his confirmation hearing that russia is a principal threat. he also sasaid he supports the iran nuclear deal, whihich trump hahas repeatedly criticized. >> i think to publicly display what i iran is up to, that their surrogates and proxies, their terrorist units that they support, to recognize the ballistic missile threat, to deal with the maritime threat, and to publicly make clear to everyone what they're doing in the cyber realm all helps to constrain iran. amy: we will host a roundtable discussion with andrew bacevich, author of "america's wawar for e greater middle east," trita parsi, president of the national iranian american council and author "losing an enemy: obama, ir
PBS
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
-elect donald trump today renewed his efforts to discredit reports that russia has compromising information on him. on twitter, he said it's all "totally made-up facts by sleazebag political operatives." and, he said, they were "probably released by 'intelligence' agencies." and there were new questions about contacts between michael flynn, mr. trump's incoming national security adviser, and russia's ambassador to the u.s. we will delve into that, after the news summary. >> inskeep: that was part of a busy morning for the president- elect on twitter. he also said his onetime opponent hillary clinton was "guilty as hell" and that the f.b.i. was "very nice to her". f.b.i. director james comey made public statements about his investigation of clinton's emails during the campaign-- acts that an inspector general is now examining. >> woodruff: the u.s. justice department charged today that chicago's police have been violating people's rights for years. the federal agency found widespread use of excessive force and racial bias against blacks and latinos. u.s. attorney general loretta
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
. toond, a strategic approach russia and possible russian aggression, iran, north korea, china. those are our principle here and now problems and put together a strategic approach and get us on the path. the other thing is that if you were secretary of defense, your other jobs to make sure that your successor and your successor's successor had what i had, which is the finest fighting force the world has ever known. i have inherited that from decades behind us and i need to pass that on. that is in people. it is in technology. it is making sure we are competitive and ahead of everyone else. those are the two things i have tried to accomplish over the and you'rears from right, 35 year involvement with the department of defense. charlie: people look at the world today, 2017, and they use this term. there is a new world order. how has the structure changed? people look at it and say there are three huge powers. russia because of the nuclear weapons it has, certainly china because it is growing, and there is the united states. is the world order changing? who plays what role? sec. carter:
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
operatives, both democrats and republicans. fake news. russia says nothing exists. >> thank you, intelligence leader. >> they briefed them about the dossier friday morning and emphasized the allegations are not verified. >> we need to find out if any of it is true. and i think it would be negligence on the part of our intelligence officials not to pursue that. >> house minority leader, nancy pelosi, called on the fbi to investigate claims trump administration officia h russians. >> what is it that the russians know or have about that communication during the campaign that increases their leverage over this new administration? >> the trump team says general michael glen, who will head up the national security agency, under trump, has talked with the russian ambassador to the u.s. on several occasions. but they dismissed concerns about those phone calls, saying glen was expressing condolences and trying to set up a phone call between presidents trump and vladimir putin for after the inauguration. craig boswell, capitol hill. >> the white house said it was not notified. but adds, t
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 2:30pm PST
toward russia, torture, and muslim immigration doesn't entirely seem to match those of the president-elect. brian quinn has this report. could access the u.s. senate question stomach chumps nominees for cabinet positions a divide is opening up. between the views of the potential secretary and those of their future boss. >> russia today poses a danger. friends.t likely to be our value systems are starkly different. the same values. >> that assessment a notable contrast to trump, who has praised putin's leadership, even after news of hacking into the 2016 election. likes donald putin trump, that is called an asset, not a liability. reporter: trump called for a total ban on muslim immigration to the u.s., later moderating that it possible registry. his nominee for attorney general disagrees. would not favor a registry of muslims in the united states. >> the iran nuclear deal, which trump called for dismantling, has the support of his secretary of defense. climate change is acknowledged as genuine by tillerson. trumps nominee for secretary of homeland security says a wall at th
was russia but i think we also get hacked by other countries and other people and i can say that, you know, when -- when we lost 22 million names and everything else that was hacked recently, they didn't make a big deal out of that, that was something that was extraordinary, that was probably china. we had -- we had much hacking going on and one of the things we are going to do, we have some of the greatest computer minds anywhere in the world that we have assembled. you saw a sample of it two weeks ago up here where we had the six top people in the world that were never in the same room together as a group. we are going to put those minds together and we are going to form a defense. and i have to say this also, the democratic national committee was totally open to be hacked. they did a very poor job. they could have had hacking defense, which we had. and i will give reince priebus credit because when reince saw what was happening in the world and with this country, he went out and went to various firms and ordered a very strong hacking defense and they tried to hack the republican na
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
president, the would-be head of the cia and defense secretary taking hard lines on russia. the u.s. government charges another car manufacturer with cheating on fuel in addition -- fuel in missions, the chrysler. -- fiat chrysler. a priceless iraranian art collection including works by francis bacon and picasso. the wife of the formerr shop p s at the -- shah is at the center of this intrigue. we speak why the exhibition had to be canceled in berlin. ♪ sarah: i am sarah kelly, thank you for joining us. human rights under threat in leading democracies. that is what human rights watch warns in its annual report. the group says that hatred and intolerance were major factors in donald trump's successful run for the white house, and it adds that european populists, using migrants as scapegoats and -- for the slow work. >> a man who does not like immigrants is about to become president. the anti-islam slogans of marine le pen are giving her a good chance of becoming france's president. in hungary, the prime minister has contracted -- constructed border fences to keep refugees out. popu
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
election. >>> plus, how russia has become a new test of republican allegiance to trump. >> is vladimir putin a war criminal? >> should we ignore the lessons of hisy in our relationship with vladimir putin. >> do you think the russians were behind hacking into our election? >> finally, the future of political messaging. while political advertising will never be the same. this is mtp daily and it starts right now. >>> good evening, i'm chuck todd here in washington and welcome to mpt daily on this auspicious friday 3th. it was nearly 42 years ago to the day that president jared ford bluntly told the nation this. >> i must say to you at the state of the union is not good. >> folks with just seven days until this inauguration, you could argue that american democracy and american leadership are facing a crisis of confidence. the likes of which we haven't seen in a very long time. democrats have aggressively gone after trump. they've aired their grievances about policy, templement and the election process. it was clear that questioning the legitimacy of the office of the presidency was a lin
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
oil deals... he opposed us sanctions on russia... ...for war crimes forced to pay hundreds of millions for toxic pollution... ...putting profits ahead of our kid's health. tell your senators to reject rex tillerson. and protect american interests not corporate interests. >>> we got brody logan with sports and a little bit of musical chairs going on. >> it's becoming one of the situations where the h r department at redskins park. >> now hiring >> yesterday there was a rumor their top candidate was coming in and before then, he was hired by another team. they keep missing out on the guys >> got to move quick. >> got to move in. it's a hot job market out there. the lights have c redskins are still standing alone at the bar, they thought they'd have a date but wade phillips went for a younger man. the skins now have two open spots, offensive and defensive coordinators. the pool of potentials dries up every day. first prevailing jay gruden will take back what he bestowed on his former oc and fill the spot with west phillips, oh. quarterback cavanaugh could get it. the skins have i
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 10:00pm GMT
allegations linking him with russia. the labour mp tristram hunt resigns — triggering a potentially difficult by—election for the party. and lord snowdon, the former husband of princess margaret and celebrity photographer, has died. and coming up in sportsday on bbc news: diego costa is dropped by chelsea. the striker has been left out of the premier league leaders‘ squad for their match at leicester, amid rumours of a big offerfrom china. good evening. there's been further confirmation of the difficulties within the nhs, as it's emerged nearly half of all hospitals in england declared a major alert in the first week of the year. that means they had no more beds available, all routine surgery was cancelled, and doctors were called in from leave. four out of ten trusts were forced to raise the alarm, as hospitals and accident and emergency departments struggled to cope. nhs england says six of the trusts overall issued the highest alert, meaning patients‘ safety could be at risk. our health editor hugh pym has more. how do you feel now? it's still sore but a lot better than it was. perfe
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
interest. with billions in russian oil deals... he opposed us sanctions on russia... ...for war crimes forced to pay hundreds of millions for toxic pollution... ...putting profits ahead of our kid's health. tell your senators to reject rex tillerson. and protect american interests not corporate interests. jonathan: now a developing story out of florida after you hear it you will scratch your head and say how is that possible? a child stolen at a hospital at birth has been found safe and alive. alison: the nearly 19-year-old woman was found in south carolina and the woman who raised her is now behind bars. marci gonzalez has the latest. marci: kidnapped from a jacksonville hospital hours after birth and now 18 years later a young woman is learning police believe she is that dark haired baby investigators have been searching for her entire life. >> she had an inclination a couple of months ago she may have been involved in this, in some way. she has a lot to process. a lot to think about. you can imagine. i can't begin to comprehend it. woman in south carolina with the same birthd
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
>>> happening now, russia calling. there is new information that retired general michael flynn, donald trump national security advisor was in contact with the russians at the very same time the obama administration was preparing to retal i didn't tell for russian cyber attacks. still on the attack, trump unleashes a barrage of tweets. sleez bag russia has compromising information on him. and trump calls hillary clinton quote, guilty as hell. she should not have been allowed to run for president. not legitimate, he conspired to get trump elect the. he says trump is not a legitimate president-elect. and closing in, in its closing days, the obama administration says the hunt for isis leader is intensifying and his days are numbered. are u.s. forces closing in? wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim sciutto and you're in the situation room. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >>> breaking news tonight, the house of representatives takes the first step towards dismantling obamacare. a mostly party line vote follows a similar move in the senate, allowing republicans to use the budge
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
intelligence agent that claims russia has potentially damaging information about mr. . he tweeted totally hade up facts by sleeze bag political operatives both democrats and republicans. fake news. russia ace nothing exists. >> thank you mr. speaker. >> reporter: u.s. intelligence leaders briefed house members about the papers friday morning and emphasized the allegations are not verified. >> we need to find out if any of it is true and i think it would be negligence on the part of the our negligence officials not to pursue that. >> reporter: house minority leader nancy pelosi called on the fbi to investigate claims trump administration officials have been communicating with the russians. >> what is it that the russian s know or have about that communication during the cam pain increases their leverage over this new administration. >> reporter: trump team says general michael flynn will head up national security agency, under president trump has talk with russia's ambassador to the u.s. on several occasions but they dismissed concern about those phone calls, saying flynn was expressing co
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
sanctions on russia... ...for war crimes forced to pay hundreds of millions for toxic pollution... ...putting profits ahead of our kid's health. and protect american interests not corporate interests. >>> almost hard to believe it's a weather alert day when you walk outside, how warm it is out there. >> what's the timeline for this? >> this is going to be moving in overnight tonight and through the day tomorrow. s think is going to give us the biggest problems. not a huge event making its way our way. take a look. right now temperatures 50 detectives curre degrees currently. not a very cold system. it's been rather warm. going to be kind of hard i think to get a lot of winter like weather. we do have that winter weather advisory in effect for most of the area. still, something to watch and of course the national weather service saying this is mainly sleet. sleet changing over to some showers. it may start off as some rain tonight because temperatures are warm. the west trying to move into our region. this is the bulk of the moisture right now. it is all rain. the colder air is t
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
have talked with russia's ambassador to the united states on several occasions. health officials say he was expressing condolences about the murder of a russian ambassador in turkey and trying to set up a phone call with vladimir putin after the inauguration. >>> the house has just approved its first step for gutting the affordable care act. that 227-198 vote will make it easier for a subsequent obama care repeal bill would advance through congress. the timing on all of this is uncertain. but republicans want to pass it as quickly as possible. >>> the office of congressman elijah cummings says it will do everything to help those hurt in a fire. >> the flames swept through katie malone's house. her 8-year-old daughter is credited with helping her mom and two young brothers escape the fi for the family has already raised more than $40,000. >>> the driver of a car in montgomery county lost control and the car flipped onto its roof. this happened this morning on oxford street, right in front of derek park elementary school. hard to believe, but no serious injuries connected to this crash
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
not sure? when you get 17 intelligence agencies that unanimously agree that russia was involved that the orders came from the highest levels in moscow, including putin, i think that has a tremendous amount of credibility. presidentsed that the elect recognized that russia was involved in the hacking. we could beginat to see a more trusting relationship between the new president and the intelligence agencies. ofwill be the next president the united states, his first duty is to protect this country, and frankly he cannot protect this country and less he is able to rely on good intelligence and has a trusting relationship with those agencies. david: let's go there. i don't think there has been a time in history when a president has this public disagreement. repudiation i don't think is too strong a word to use, of the intelligence agencies. has there been this kind of thing behind the scenes in the past? the past, there have always been questions raised about intelligence, that is nothing new. presence that i have worked for have questioned -- presidents that i have worked for have ques
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
democrats and republicans. fake news. russia says nothing exists. probably released by 'intelligence' even knowing there is no proof and never will be. my people will have a full report on hacking within 90 days." okay, k.g. >> taking it to them. i love the directness. speaks directly to the people, you don't have to wait to set up a press conference. is it completely different than things have been done in the past, it is. as long as you still hold those press conferences and do that, i have no problem with the future president being very transparent and communicating directly to the people and letting them know and feel like they are part of this process and they don't have to get it filled heard from anyone else. those are his words, his thoughts, his sentiments, and you can decide how you feel about it. >> greg, we discussed whether or not the intelligence community has been politicized or is politicized. i think he's calling them out and saying that they may be. >> i thought that this was opposition research, it wasn't intel, it wasn't created by us. it was probably floating aro
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
congress this morning on russia's meddling in the u.s. election. president obama had call for the investigation. the justice department watchdog opened up a new inquiry into fbi director james comey over handling of clinton's private e-mail server investigation. and damaging details from an opposition memo that accused trump of being compromised by russia were leaked to the media. james clapper denounced the memo as false. somehow added to president obama's daily briefing and making the rounds on social media. so the narrative undermining trump is this. trump lost the popular vote it's james comey's fault the russians did it. few are pointing out why hillary clinton lost. no one is pointing out no one made hillary do mostly fund-raisers during the month of august when historically voters start focusing on election. no one told hillary clinton not to campaign in key battleground states like wisconsin and no one told her to put the nation's secrets on private e-mail server in her house in chappaqua. let's bring in trump transition team senior adviser, katrina pierson. do you think p
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 9:45pm GMT
intelligence again, for releasing allegations linking him with russia. the labour mp tristram hunt resigns — triggering a potentially difficult by—election for the party. and lord snowdon, the former husband of princess margaret and celebrity photographer, has died.
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2017 4:02pm EST
principles in the fight. rivals like russia or china cannot match our influence around the world unless we give up what we stand for and turn ourselves into just another big country that bullies smaller neighbors. it brings me to my final point. our democracy is threatened whenever we take it for granted. all of us, regardless of party should be throwing ourselves into the task of rebuilding our democratic institutions. when voting rights rates in america are among the lowest democracies, we should be making it easier, not harder to vote. [applause] when trust in our institution is low, we should reduce the corrosive influence of money in our politics and insist on the principles of transparency and ethics in public service. when congress is dysfunctional, we should draw our congressional district to encourage politicians to cater to common sense and not extremes but remember, none of this happens on its own. all of this depends on our participation, on each of us accepting the responsibility of citizenship regardless of which way the pendulum of power happens to be swinging. our constitut
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 9:00pm GMT
russia's jack king of the us election. —— hacking. donald trump hits out again at the intelligence community, blaming them for releasing allegations linking him with russia. a baby girl stolen 18 years ago from a hospital in florida has been found, alive. dying from the cold: the un warns that refugees and migrants struggling to survive in europe's wintry weather. —— are struggling. intelligence agencies have briefed the us house of representatives about their investigation into russia's alleged campaign to influence the us presidential election. also today, the president—elect has sent out another barrage of early morning tweets, accusing his opponents of making up allegations over his ties to russia. he's promised a report into hacking within 90 days, as our north america correspondent nick bryant reports. there are storylines that could easily come from a cold war spy thriller, and plot twists involving sex allegations and potential russian blackmail that even the tv series house of cards might baulk at. but this is reality, not a show, and the first episode of trump the p
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
dismissing a document alleging russia has damaging information about mr. trump called the document fake as he has for the past several days. the president elect appears to be turning his attention to a new justice department probe of the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. he tweeted this morning, what are hillary clinton's people complaining about with respect to the fbi? based on the information they had she should never have been allowed to run. guilty as hell the tweet said. they were very nice to her, she lost, because she campaigned in the wrong states. no enthusiasm. the tweets come a day after the justice department's inspector general announced he would be looking into the fbi and justice department's handling of the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail server. clinton aides have blamed the fbi for influencing voters. clinton plans to attend next friday's inauguration. >>> with just a week to go until inauguration day, the race is on to get everything ready. crews are setting up the media village in front of the white house. with president elect trump set to take offic
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
still be feuding with the leaders of the intelligence community over russia and that leaked information? that's next. i just want to find a used car without getting ripped off. start at the new carfax.com show me used trucks with one owner. pretty cool. [laughs] ah... ahem... show me the carfax. start your used car search at the all-new carfax.com. tomorrow's the day besides video games. every day is a gift. especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto... a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high potassium
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
views on russia with trump, which i find questionable. i'm sure they had to have talked about something. or kelly in saying that, you know, i don't expect or i'm not sure what i'm going to do with daca and the building of a wall, which is something that trump really, really cares about and has talked about a lot on the campaign and has since he's been elected. so i'm actually kind of curious to see what that means. because at the end of the day, they could say this, and he could be very different about it. melissa: has hadly, it could be -- because there wasn't been that much time, and they also haven't confirmed that they haven't drilled down on the specific details. i saw back and forth that she was talking about there, and they asked him a few questions on russian, and he answered. and i think it was marco rubio. and then he said, you know, but will you -- earlier went deep into some specifics and tillerson said "we haven't gone into that kind of detail on russia yet." and marco rubio was, like, that's very hard for me to believe that. but he answered a bunch of things they
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
oil deals... he opposed us sanctions on russia... ...for war crimes ndreds of millions for toxic pollution... ...putting profits ahead of our kid's health. tell your senators to reject rex tillerson. and protect american interests not corporate interests. announcer: this is a stormwatch7 winter weather alert. doug: at the moment it's still pleasant out there. by tomorrow morn when you get up, not so much. at midnight, winter weather advisory in effect for majority of the viewing area. northern neck, spotsylvania not included. temperatures too warm. farther west a freezing rain advisory in effect. midnight until 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. the future cast shows a possibility this will start at snow across the area, wet snow. minor accumulations. less than an inch. we get to the freezing rain and sleet, it will be temperature dependent. it could snow all day and if the surface temperature is not at 32, it will just melt. but we think the surface temperature will be below that so through the day we have possibility of the freezing rain. the snow shifts north and the main old fashioned rain
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
for rex tillerson's nomination for secretary of state? you see the subject of russia coming up there. rubio focussing on that with his questioning. this is the vulnerability with tillerson. concerns from hawkish republicans like marco rubio, that may be donald trump doesn't take putin, doesn't take russia seriously enough, and also that rex tillerson with his business ties as the ceo of exxonmobil, all of those ties he has to russia, all of those ties to putin, will he take russia seriously enough? will he have an aggressive enough posture. rubio raising those concerns. well marco rubio actually vote for rex tillerson as secretary of state. and here's why that matters. check out how this committee looks. this is the foreign relations committee. they've going to vote on whether to recommend this nomination. look at the balance. there's 11 republicans, there's ten democrats, if, and this is a big if, if all ten democrats vote now and if marco rubio also votes no, there are more no voits than yes, sir notes. you have a negative recommendation come out of committee, you can still t
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
lawrence reports. donald trump is sounding off on everything from russia to a new justice department review of the clinton e-mail case. >> fbi director james comey went to capitol hill for a classified talk about russian hacking. >> all i can tell you is the fbi director has no credibility. >> comey's focus, russian hacking to influence the election. but a new investigation will examine whether he tilted a close race by publicly commenting on hillary clinton's e-mails. demo they wanted and have new questions about calls incoming national security advisor michael flynn made to russia's ambassador the same day sanctions were announced. >> we really need to have one president at a time. i certainly hope no one on the trump team was trying to under cut what president obama was doing. >> in a flurry of tweets, the president-elect says he will have his own people author a full report on hacking within 90 days. mr. trump also renewed his vow that obamacare will be repealed. the house today moved one step closer to gutting the affordable care act. >> we have to step in before things get wors
upon the org or listen on the free c-span radio app. >> top intelligence firls on russia's hacking on the 2016 election. james clapper defends undersecretary for intelligence mar sell lettre and michael rogers testify before the senate armed services committee. >> good morning. before we begin, i want to welcome all our members back to the committee and extend a special welcome to the new members joining us. on the republican side we are joined by senator purdue and senator sass. on the democratic side, senator warren and senator peters. a special privilege to serve on this committee most of all because it afords us the opportunity to spend so much time in the company of heroes. the men and women who serve and sacrifice on our behalf everyday. i hope you will come to cherish your service on this committee as much as i have over the years. and i look forward to working with each of you. the committee meets this morning for the first in a series of hearings since cybersecurity to set of testimony on foreign cyber threats to the united states. i would like to welcome our witnesses this m
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 3:30pm EST
and russia and be detrimental to u.s. interests. in her final news conference, she said, we lead the world in part by leading at the united nations. for the swearing in include to the and jennifer holliday. performers include the rock band three doors down and country singer lee greenwood. they will perform a free concert at the lincoln memorial. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in 120 countries. this is bloomberg. scarlet: thank you so much. let's get a recap of today's market action. the nasdaq notching another 5.74.d high of 5 85- the dow at 19,8 and is stalling out right under 20,000. what did you miss? considering all the attention donald trump gets from his tweets, how can twitter benefit president-elect. on board, he said, thank you too for four creating 700 new jobs in the united states. this is just the beginning, much more to follow. joe: and on boeing he tweeted, boeing is building a brand-new 747 air force one for the new president, cancel order, the cost is out of control. joining us now is the cofounder of stocktwits. the pre
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 8:30pm GMT
. branded a traitor in her motherland. she and her husband exposed cheating in russia on a colossal scale. now they live in secret, fearing for their lives. unlikely to ever return home. yulia stepanova. .. the young family seem completely at home in this average american claim. no one gives them a second glance. this is yulia stepanova and vitaly stepanov, amberley athlete and an anti—doping officer. —— and elite athlete. their shocking revelations exposed the dirty secrets of russian athletics. three damning reports commissioned by the world anti—doping agency. much of them based on the testimony of this couple. it found that many athletes have taken illegal drugs between 2011 and 2015. four years sports competitions have been hijacked by the russians. coaches and athletes have been playing on an uneven field. sports fans and spectators have been deceived. it is time that stops. this yes, stops. for russia there was humiliation and a ban on hundreds of athletes from the view olympics. but president vladimir putin remains defiant. he believes his sports men and women happen victi
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
developments in this week's other big news, the fallout from the russia hack. fbi director james comey and the director of national intelligence, james clapper, were on the hill to brief members of the house intelligence committee on russia's hacking activities. members of the senate were updated yesterday. one of those senators joins me now, dick durbin, democratic senator from illinois. senator durbin, good to talk to you. thank you for being with us. i want to get your reaction to what you learned yesterday. obviously, you knew a lot of what was coming on because of what had been reported in the media, but you got a more private -- a classified briefing. what's your reactions? >> i can't remember a bigger turnout in this classified briefing. of course, we had the fbi and cia and director have national intelligence, and they sit down and went into more detail about what the russians were attempting. most of it is public about their attempts to influence the election. they went into more details. the length and breadth of their effort should stop most members of congress from believing th
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
blind spot, that with all the heat around the trump/russia relationship right now, that the trump team would just stay away from any possible appearance of being in touch with them before some -- the formal trump administration begins. it's so white hot right now, its just seems odd that michael flynn would even engage in that in this transition period. >> okay. all right. david chalian, i appreciate it. jeff zeleny, thank you so much. for what's happening in washington. but let's talk about charleston, south carolina, the racist murderer who was convicted of killing nine worshippers in that church has been sentenced to death. we'll talk live to a woman who lost her mother and two cousins. she has been in that courtroom each and every day. what she thinks of the outcome. coming up. >>> this week, a racist killer was sentenced to death. a young man intent on starting a race war was invited into a bible study at charleston's mother emmanuel ame church a couple summers ago after a dozen people were gathering, and when they closed their eyes in prayer, the man pulled out a gun and sta
putin's russia. he brutally invaded ukraine with 10,000 war dead with millions of displaced persons. dozens of critics have ended up dead, murdered for expressing their views. of2015, an assembly in favor ukranian independence was murdered on the stairs near the kremlin. the editor of the news website featured critical articles about putin ally. he disappeared in the year of 2000 and his headless body was discovered in a forest more than 40 miles from home. a russian journalist was murdered in the elevator in her flat in 2006. and an american who was chief editor of the russian edition of forbes was killed in 2004 by hired assassins. all dead, no investigation, no justice. this is putin's russia. president-elect trump must be wary of whom he showers praise on because the congress is crowing too close to home. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlelady sa seek recognition? without objection. ms. lee: i rise to commemorate the anniversary of the devastating earthquake that struck the nation of haiti on january 12, 2010. this thursday marks seven years since the 7.0
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